The Clover Club has seen just as many bounce backs as flares, and let's be honest - flares have always been fashionable. The Clover Club is one of those cocktails that give your evening a bit of flair and excitement, why not try it with our very own Wild Rose Gin!
This cocktail dates back to 1919 in Italy when an Italian wanted to reinvent the Americano. The Americano was not as we know it today, unlike its coffee substitute, it was an alcoholic drink the Italian bartenders would make for their American tourists. Try it with our very own Wild Rose Gin!
The Bramble is famous across the world and can be found on almost every cocktail menu! It is the making of Dick Bradsell during his time at Fred's Club in Soho.
It is a beautifully light and citrus cocktail that is very easy to prepare at a drinks reception. Our Wild Rose Gin is enhanced throughout the cocktail as it citrus notes are complimented against the blackcurrant liqueur.
Let’s relive a moment we have all experienced: you have guests over for drinks this evening and you have gone on and on about this fantastic new spirit you discovered at the local market and can not wait for them to try! The moment has come, you are all prepped - reiterating what the nice girl from the market told you about the tasting notes of the gin. But then it hits you, you don’t know what to garnish it with? Do you just chuck in some raspberries? What if they get mushy? Tayport Distillery gives you some tips here!
El Morocco, A cocktail originally from North Africa, was made famous in Manhattan. An Italian immigrant, John Perona, opened a speakeasy during the prohibition era, called El Morroco, and it became one of the most popular establishments of New York, the El Morocco cocktail has made quite a name for itself since then!
The Short History of Ginger Ale What is behind one of the worlds most well known mixers? Ginger ale has an extremely diverse and interesting story, from travelling across the Atlantic and becoming a home remedy staple.
The Titanic explored the human desire to indulge in food and drink. It has been identified from the wreckage the expansive selection of spirits carried onto the Titanic - vermouth, wine, champagne, brandy and whisky were all on offer. It is noted that during the last dinner on the Titanic, guests were served bountiful amounts of food with Punch à la Romaine as their appetiser.
When berries aren't really your thing and you are looking for something that packs a bit more punch, the Autumn Apples Cocktail can help you out there! This is a simple serve that will warm up any windy autumnal day!
The Army and Navy cocktail makes use of a well-known syrup - Orgeat.
Deriving from French origins, it was previously known as barley water. It began as a barley oil blended with water to create an emulsion and is now seen in many cocktail bars. Why not try it out in the Army Navy Cocktail Recipe found here using our very own Never.25 Strawberry Eau de Vie.